Named after the climbing vines symbolizing growth and prosperity, The Ivywall Hotel is an award-winning Best Western Plus Hotel in Puerto Princesa City. Finally, we found a place in Puerto Princesa that we can recommend; where good food meets modern Filipino interiors. They recently launched their flagship restaurants – Anibong All-Day Dining and Balayong Grill … Continue reading The Ivywall: Your Home in Puerto Princesa
Update 12/21/2018: As featured in 10 Best New Restaurants in Manila (2019 Homegrown Edition)! Gallery by Chele is a new restaurant concept by Chef Chele Gonzales and Carlo Villaflor based on the learnings from Vask Gallery and Tapas Bar. It’s flavor-forward; celebrating local ingredients in the Philippines refined by Spanish culinary techniques. I like the casual, open … Continue reading Gallery by Chele & Carlo: Flavor-Forward and Fine Casual Vask
Tokyo’s popular steakhouse has done it again! Famous for their dry-aged meat and premium grilled steaks, Ruby Jack’s has once again revamped its menu. Besides improving the classic favorites, it proudly introduces its new highlight steak the Jack Daniel’s Whiskey Dry Aged Beef- a prime cut steak soaked in premium liquor for 30 days. RUBY … Continue reading RUBY JACK’S MANILA: Introduces 30 Days Jack Daniel’s Whiskey Dry Aged Beef!
Savour Planet, a wordplay on Save Our Planet is a sustainable dining advocacy led at the forefront by World Wide Fund for Nature Philippines. The Sustainable Diner is a series of talks among people in the food industry in an effort to promote sustainable dining among restaurants and diners alike. The use of this word … Continue reading Are you a Sustainable Diner? 9 Ways to Practice Sustainability When Dining Out
Seafood lovers rejoice! Marriott Café is serving Lobster All-You-Can in their buffet! And what better way to start off your week than with a mouthful of such sweet and tender lobsters at Marriot Café? Every Monday, beginning May until August, lunch and dinner, they’ll be serving Lobster All-You-Can in their buffets. Their fresh catch of … Continue reading Where to Eat Lobster All-You-Can in Manila! @MarriottManila
Chele Gonzales is probably one of the Philippines’ most high-profile chefs, who has made an impact on fine dining and culinary circles in Manila. He garnered international fame from his then-restaurant, ‘Vask’, which was ranked amongst the best in all of Asia, having landed Best in Philippines and 35th in Asia in 2017 by The … Continue reading Chefs Digest: Gallery By Chele
Barcelona is a mesmerizing seaside Spanish town, that I completely fell in love with! It’s bursting with culture, UNESCO world heritage sites, Gaudí masterpieces, markets, delicious tapas and even fantastic beaches! Plus it’s home to Barcelona’s number 1 attraction, the spectacular Sagrada Familia. With so much to see and do, it’s tough to decide especially … Continue reading Gaudi Experience in Barcelona, Spain! @Klook
Camiguin is a small island off the coast on the northern side of Misamis Oriental. Second only to Batanes as the smallest island in the Philippines, Camiguin spans just 238 sq. km. At its longest, it is just 23 kilometers or basically the whole stretch of EDSA. Despite its size, Camiguin is a trove for … Continue reading Camiguin Food Guide – Must Try Food and Where to Find Them!
When people speak of Indonesia, the first things that come to mind are the beautiful islands of Bali and Sulawesi, or the bustling city and historic culture of Jakarta. While these do make a good representation of Indonesia, there’s something more than just vibes and economics that come into play that make it such a … Continue reading Indonesia: Emerging Hub of Quality Food Ingredients #FiAsia2018
Bean and Yolk, a play on the term Coffee and Eggs is a brunch spot by Papo Jorolan that has found its way to Alabang. With roots in Poblacion, they are best known for their sandwiches and coffee. The new Alabang branch features a much larger space and an expanded menu. The new menu includes … Continue reading Bean and Yolk: How do you like your eggs?